Postcards from Palm Beach

It has been said that Palm Beach is for the newlywed, or nearly dead.

I️ beg to differ as I enjoy it so much in the winter.  It’s calm, clean and chic. Worth Avenue is life inspo, which leaves me with a trail of happiness.

Here are a few of my favorite places for you to check out:

Buccan Restaurant, Palm Beach

< lt; lt; lt; lt; lt; a href="">Buccan Restaurant, Situated on the ocean side of West Palm, Buccan blends right in with the all the other buildings in the area. Light and inviting atmosphere without being stuffy at all. The menu has a variety of clean and fresh dishes that can be easily shared. [caption id="attachment_7789" align="alignnone" width="1600"]Home-sliders-1 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach [/caption]

< lt; lt; lt; lt; lt; p style="text-align: left">Worth Avenue is the 5th Avenue of Palm Beach.  It has every major high-end designer store you can imagine.  There are several galleries, jewelry stores and small boutiques.

Taboo Restaurant 

< lt; lt; lt; lt; lt; a href="">Taboo Restaurant It is my go to favorite lunch spot after a long day shopping on Worth Avenue.  The atmosphere is on point with light dishes.  This place screams classic palm beach vibe.  Come dressed in your finest casual Chanel clutch and slip on a pair of Stubbs & Wootons.  The staff is incredibly friendly.

Flagler Museum, Palm Beach 

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Flagler Museum aka Whitehall Whitehall was built by Standard Oil partner Henry Flagler in 1902 to demonstrate the nation’s rise to the pinnacle of human invention and artistic achievement.  Flagler’s granddaughter, Jean Flagler Matthews rescued the estate from demolition and established the Flagler Museum on June 5, 1959. Since then millions have immersed themselves in the majesty of American life during the Gilded Age. It is a must see!

The Breakers, Palm Beach 

< lt; lt; lt; lt; lt; p style="text-align: left">The Breakers Has the best brunch in the world! When you walk into the Breakers, it feels as if you are walking into an American Palace. Get ready to be in a food coma.  I also enjoy going to the Breakers for High Tea.  It has the best people watching scene, ever! After brunch, you can walk along the beach to work out all the calories you just consumed. 😜

Stubbs and Wootton If you are a slipper freak like me this is the jam. The distinctive handmade shoes can be worn from day well into the night. The distinctive shoes are like pieces of art on your feet. They are incredibly comfortable and stylish. Here are two pairs that I️ bought in 2012. They still look brand new.

Sending sunny beachy warm vibes!  💋

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Photo credits:   Georgia May Jagger por Ellen Von Unwerth para Vogue Rússia Janeiro 2015 [Editorial], Google images

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